Avsnittet publicerades: 9/18/2018
Joey Weinert was just a kid, when his dad, The Manila Envelope Bandit, was arrested for a string of bank robberies throughout Southern California. That led to struggling with addiction. The Midnight Mission in Downtown Los Angeles helped him, and some women we talked to on Skid Row, turn their lives around. Over the last few years, the number of homeless women has increased 50%, and after seeing the everyday trauma firsthand we’re happy places like the Midnight Mission exist. Links from today’s Episode! Support the Midnight Mission! Give them your money or your time. Rina is a reporter for KPCC in Los Angeles. You can read more of her stories here. You can also support this show by supporting our sponsors! Get comfy with some Bombas socks! You can save 20% by visiting bombas.com/survivor and entering code SURVIVOR at checkout. Skin is skin, despite what your pink tax tells you. Keep your money and try Harry's for just $13 by visiting harrys.com/survivor.
Women get assaulted. Women get attacked. Women get harassed, manipulated, intimidated, but women are survivors. Time and time again, she persists, even against all odds. Hosts Jenna Brister and Wagatwe Wanjuki share their stories, and those of the men and women who fought back, who won, and who live rising above the trauma of their experiences.